Two Talks At Hogarth House

Learn about Hogarth's prints, or about 18th century China in his works

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An illustrated talk on Hogarth’s Prints will be given by Sheila O'Connell at Hogarth’s House on May 2nd at 6.30 pm. The talk will provide a chance to discover how Hogarth worked and to understand what the content of the images meant to 18th century viewers. Sheila O' Connell is the Assistant Keeper of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum and author of 'The Popular Print in England'.

Book tickets in advance by post: send an SAE and a cheque for £10 per person made out to Hounslow Community Services, Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, London. W4 2QN. For information call 020 8994 6757 or email

'Harlots, Rakes and Crashing China', is the title of the talk by broadcaster and ceramics specialist, Lars Tharp, on May 12th at 2.30 p.m. The author of the book ; 'Hogarth's China', he will be giving an illustrated talk exploring the dramatic and lively images in William Hogarth’s work. This will focus on 18th century ceramics with reference to V&A acquisitions. Tickets:£15 (including tea and coffee)

Book tickets in advance by phone: 020 7942 2277 or email:

April 24, 2012